GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Must-Know Self Esteem Statistics [Recent Analysis]

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"75% of girls with low self-esteem reported engaging in negative activities such as disordered eating, cutting, bullying, smoking, or drinking."

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"About 49% of teenagers feel pressure to conform to look good, which impacts their self-esteem."

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"70% of girls between ages 15 and 17 avoid mall activities because of low self-esteem."

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"Only 11% of girls around the globe feel comfortable using the word “beautiful” to describe themselves."

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"People with low self-esteem are four times more likely to suffer from depression."

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"Around 90% of women are unhappy with their appearance and body, which reflects low self-esteem."

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"Adolescents with low self-esteem have a 60% higher risk of developing an eating disorder."

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"5% to 10% of college students in the United States struggle with low self-esteem."

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"Two-thirds of adults feel that they did not have a significant figure in their lives who believed in them, contributing to low self-esteem."

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"37% of young girls in the UK report having issues with their self-esteem due to body image concerns."

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"In the United States, 80% of 10-year-olds are afraid of being overweight due, in part, to their self-esteem related to body image."

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"Cyberbullying increases the risk of low self-esteem by 69%."

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"Approximately 20% of college students suffer from low self-esteem because they believe they are academically inadequate."

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"In the United States, 65% of adults agree that social media has a negative impact on their self-esteem."

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"32% of women in the United States report their self-esteem declined since the COVID-19 pandemic began."

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"People with high self-esteem have a significantly lower risk of anxiety and stress, and are 25% less likely to experience depression."

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